Milia consists of little globular bodies found just beneath the surface of the skin, chiefly upon the face, in the vicinity of the lower eyelid. They consist of sebaceous follicles, the mouths of which have been entirely closed up, causing an accumulation of sebaceous matter. Wens are milia on a large scale. They occur most frequently on the scalp and face.

The Treatment of Milia And Wins

Open the top of each little globule with a needle, and squeeze out the contents by pressure between the finger nails or with a watch-key. Wens are to be treated upon the same principle.